## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |

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In general there is a broad

energy . ... The

the Coulomb energy ; that is , at the center of the

about ...

In general there is a broad

**peak**at lower energies implying high excitationenergy . ... The

**peaks**observed at different angles in the figures correspond tothe Coulomb energy ; that is , at the center of the

**peaks**the systems have lost justabout ...

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Electron measurements were made [ 49 ] on the spherical 142Nd and the

deformed 150Nd ; the A = 150

142 . No fine structure has been clearly observed in the GQ , R

with A ...

Electron measurements were made [ 49 ] on the spherical 142Nd and the

deformed 150Nd ; the A = 150

**peak**was seen to be ~ 1 MeV broader than for A =142 . No fine structure has been clearly observed in the GQ , R

**peak**for nucleiwith A ...

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The angular distribution of the whole

L = 1 + 2 ( see fig . 13 ) ; we see that we expect the relative importance of L = 1

and L = 2 to vary strongly with angle . zEx ( MeV ) 22 20 - 30 28 26 24 18 16 14

12 ...

The angular distribution of the whole

**peak**is consistent with the expectations forL = 1 + 2 ( see fig . 13 ) ; we see that we expect the relative importance of L = 1

and L = 2 to vary strongly with angle . zEx ( MeV ) 22 20 - 30 28 26 24 18 16 14

12 ...

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Rotational degrees of freedom Deformation and | 3 |

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the framework of a course such as the present The topics selected by | 10 |

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